Eoin hit a HUGE milestone this week and is playing soccer again! After a 2.5 year break from team sports he felt ready to take this huge step. For those of you who weren’t with us back in 2016, Eoin was diagnosed with leukemia the day after his second soccer practice. At those two soccer… Continue reading Our Soccer Guy
Life lately has had a huge sense of normalcy. In October, I went back to work for a few months as an interim teacher. I finish up with that assignment at Winter Break. It was not something we planned but truly came together perfectly. It has allowed us to try and piece together what life… Continue reading A New Normal
Written by Stuart: Today 2 yrs ago…a day that forever altered the course of our family, its purpose and plan as we knew it! My son Eoin was diagnosed with Leukemia. It was a crushing blow which occurs all too often to so many families! #pediatriccancer As parents our kids should be one of our… Continue reading 2 Years In
Our sweet boy turned 5 years old today. What a milestone and it is absolutely bittersweet that our youngest is now a “big boy”. The 23rd is also a special day because in exactly 15 months, Eoin ends his cancer treatments! 15 months or 11/23/19 seems so far away yet at the same time we… Continue reading High Five!
March came roaring in as the month started off with Eoin not feeling well at all. It was an abrupt transition from what was a very mild winter for sickness at our house considering all the illness that seemed to sweep across this area. I had just mentioned to Eoin’s pediatrician that other than his… Continue reading In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb
Howdy, everyone! It is has been a little while since we have posted an update here on Eoin’s page. That’s a good thing! We are mostly posting updates on Erika’s Instagram and Facebook page because it is fast, easy and at our fingertips. But I know there are some folks who don’t use social media… Continue reading It has been a long time…
A year ago Eoin started day one of a new treatment phase (IM-1). All of his treatments from diagnosis until this day didn’t “count” towards the three years of treatment that boys require. I remember feeling shocked to discover that all the time from diagnosis until that moment was “extra” time. Those first two horrible… Continue reading Happy Anniversary